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30 September 2009 03:51 am
Children who are popular at school not only enjoy more friends and peer respect but also grow up to be healthier adults, according to a 30-year Swedish study.

20 September 2009 04:39 am
Eating a balanced diet is important for everyone, especially children. Setting good eating habits when young gives children a healthy attitude about food for the rest of their lives.

14 September 2009 06:18 am
Wonder how to make you children listen to you? Tips to make them hear you again, including positive reinforcement, planning ahead, and effective discipline.

18 August 2009 02:18 pm
During the painful time of a divorce, it is especially important to stay involved in your childs everyday activities. Children need to see their parents at school functions, sporting events, and piano recitals. They also fare better when other family members such as grandparents, aunts, and uncles, play an active role in their life.

06 August 2009 10:38 am
How to say no to your child and being a consistent disciplinary figure is crucial for your child's sense of security.

13 April 2009 03:49 am
Research and practice show that one simple activity reading aloud is the best way to prepare children for learning to read and to keep them reading as they learn and grow.

30 March 2009 05:14 am
Whats on your familys plan? Work, volunteering, sports, school, groups, clubs, social activities, household chores? Do you ever wonder how you will keep your family bonded? I have worked as a child and family counselor for over a decade and keeping families bonded has been a particular goal of mine.

27 March 2009 05:18 am
From birth, listening is the most used activity of daily living. Listening is a learned skill, and through focused and directed efforts, parents can teach their children and themselves better listening and speaking habits.

26 March 2009 05:11 am
The report, out of the University of Massachusetts, observed kids aged 1-3 at play while a television aired programming in the same room. While the kids only looked up at the TV occasionally, researchers found that the mere presence of the TV detracted from the intensity of the childrens play, and resulted in them losing interest in particular toys much faster.

02 March 2009 03:34 am
Parenthood is always harder than anyone thinks it will be. Children learn by trying and then trying again. So do parents. Believe that you can be a good parent to your children. When you like yourself, it is easier for you to teach your children to like and trust themselves.

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